Hillary’s Campaign for Clean Cooking Stoves

Jeannie DeAngelis
American Thinker

…Child advocate and humanitarian Hillary, who would finance the building of third world abortion clinics with American tax money in a heartbeat, expects America to accept the premise that suddenly Madame Secretary is concerned that “smoke from such cooking methods can lead to childhood pneumonia, lung cancer, bronchitis and cardiovascular disease?”

The clean cook stove charitable contribution, for which America will supply $10 million a year for five consecutive years, not only prevents pulmonary problems, but – here’s the bonus – it “also helps limit climate change by curtailing emissions of carbon dioxide and methane – two major greenhouse gases – and black carbon.”

If it seems out of character for Hillary Clinton to suddenly look for ways to protect life, maybe the words of Reid Detchon, vice president for energy and climate at the United Nations Foundation, can offer insight into Hillary’s sudden concern for the well being of the vulnerable. Detchon said, “This is something that touches on climate, on health, on women’s empowerment, on deforestation and on poverty.” Voilà!

So $50 million later, it’s highly unlikely that Hillary’s support for the Alliance for Clean Cookstoves has anything to do with concern for saving the lives of the children who, despite Hillary, miraculously manage to make it out of the womb, and everything to do with a liberal agenda to further global green policy.

Read the complete article at the American Thinker.

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